Friday, November 12, 2010
Mwave has the A-Data C003 16GB Ultra Slim USB Flash Drive for $20 + $0 shipping = $20 shipped with free "M" Club membership. Features a slide out USB connector so that you don't need to worry about losing a cap. They also have an 8GB flash drive for $9
Newegg has the new Hitachi H2IK5001672SP Travelstar 500GB 7200RPM 2.5" SATA 3.0Gb/s Internal Notebook Hard Drive for $65 - $15 rebate [Exp 11/14] = $50 with free shipping. Includes a 3 year limited warranty.
Newegg has the AMD HDZ715WCJ3DGI Phenom II X3 715 Black Edition Heka 2.8GHz 3 x 512KB L2 Cache 6MB L3 Cache Socket AM2+ 95W Triple-Core Desktop Processor $72 with free shipping.
Newegg has the Mediasonic HFR2-S3B PRORAID Box 4 Bay Raid Enclosure with USB 2.0 & eSATA for $150 with free shipping. Features RAID 0 / 1 / 3 / 5 / 10 support, SATA 150 and 300 connectivity, and a hardware RAID controller built on board.
Newegg has the Transcend SDHC 8GB Secure Digital Class 6 Card for $14 with free shipping. Compatible with devices with SD 2.0 or SDHC certification
Dell has the Dell Inspiron 570 MT Dual Core Desktop PC plus 18.5" Dell IN1920 18.5" 1080p Widescreen HD Monitor for $530 with free overnight shipping. Features AMD Athlon II X2 240 Dual Core 2.8GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 640GB HDD and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
Surplus Computers has the Rock 22 Piece Screwdriver Set for $3 + shipping. Shipping starts at $9, depending on location. This set includes slotted, phillips, and torx screw drivers
Newegg has the Patriot PSF8GMCSDHC43P 8GB microSDHC Class 4 High Capacity Micro Secure Digital Card for $15 - $5 rebate [Exp 11/24] = $10 with free shipping. Includes a full size SD Card adapter. Class 4 operation means a minimum transfer rate of 4MB/sec
Wirefly has the HTC HD7 Windows 7 Phone for T-Mobile priced at $100 with free shipping. Requires sign up with a 2 year T-Mobile contract. 4.3" Capacitive touchscreen, S-LCD 16M color 480 x 800, 1 GHz Snapdragon QSD8250, 5MP Camera w/ Flash, 8GB Internal Storage 720p HD Video Recording, Bluetooth, and GPS Capable, Windows 7 Phone OS
Newegg has the LITE-ON iHAS124-04 24X SATA CD/DVD Burner OEM for $17 with free shipping. Features a 2MB buffer, SATA interface, 8X DVD+/-R DL write speed, and 48X CD write speed.
Mwave has the Microsoft J9C-00001 Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard 6000 for $20 + $0 shipping = $20 shipped with free "M" Club membership. Helps you get the most out of Vista and Windows 7 with a Flip 3D key to the left of tilde.
Sunday, November 07, 2010
1) Kicking off the week a printable car, no not just a picture of a car, a drivable car. Thanks Joe for an interesting link. This is starting to look more and more like our future. Just printing up whatever we want. Turn my garage into a big replicator from Star Trek. http://www.kurzweilai
2) Here is another really interesting idea that may find legs in the get us off oil arena. They may have found a way to use yeast to grow plastics. Look around and you will notice there is an awful lot of oil in your surroundings, other than what we put into the tank, this might make a significant change in our future. http://www.physorg.com
3) This has been all over the net all week so most likely not new to you, but just in case you missed it I thought I might comment on it. This is another one of those indicators I keep talking about regarding the relationship between our technology and human evolution. The days of having technological improvements to human performance have been around for a while now, but the pace seems to be increasing at an expediential rate. http://www.physorg.com
4) You think video messaging is pretty cool today, looks like that is also getting ready to make a bg jump soon. How about a hologram video call. Just think you may be able to have yourself sent in a hologram that not only talks in real time, but can do it as a three dimensional vision. Not sure if I am ready for those future morning Skype coffee clutches with complete videos. Although I have a friend in So. Cal. who will probably love them. http://www.bbc.co.uk
5) Finally to wrap it up for the week, how about a human powered search engine, Wikipedia style to add to your internet arsenal. Not quite sure if it would be my personal cup of tea, but who knows what it might morph into. http://news.yahoo.com